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This intelligent and automated test tool transforms fiber inspection into a faster and simplified one-step process providing accurate and consistent test results, and preventing the reporting of false-positive results.
This multimedia training presents the MAX-945 (OLTS) measuring insertion loss (IL), optical return loss (ORL) and fiber length via fully automated bidirectional FasTesT™ analysis.
This document provides a review of the best practices applicable when the RRH and BBU are collocated, which represents the foundation for the next step: C-RAN.
Bandwidth demand is growing faster than ever.. In a context of high pressure on cost and decreasing level of optical expertise in the field, FTTx/PON network testing is a necessity, and this, throughout all stages of the network lifecycle.
DSL still remains the most widely deployed broadband access technology across the globe to bring triple-play services to business and residential customers. For many, the copper plant is the only economical basis for broadband, high-value service delivery that is still competitive.
As Ethernet is making headway into service providers’ networks, Carrier Ethernet testing becomes essential. With its additional operation, administration and maintenance capabilities, Ethernet can now be viewed as a carrier-grade networking technology.
Packet optical transport (POT) networks are optical super-highways that use the most advanced technological enablers, from reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADMs) to amplifiers—and from very high bit rates to dense wavelength-division multiplexers (WDMs).
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